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their support for a number 12 seed, cal bears, who later this afternoon will take on the number five seed, unlv. both teams practicing yesterday during a session that was free and open to the public. cal is seeking redemption to make up for a poor showing during last year's ncaa tourney when they were taken out early on. even coach montgomery speaking to us yesterday admitted that they were not mentally prepared at the time. this game against unlv is also significant because it is a rematch for both teams. the last time cal played the rebels was in december. cal lost by one point. there's a lot of pressure to answer that loss. and speaking to fans this morning, cal fans are hoping for a little payback. >> i was at that game. luck, that was all luck. they went on a good run at the end of the game. cal should have had it. cal was actually off that game, too. >> reporter: what do you think of the vibe today? >> today, this is like a home game for them. they'll have the crowd and i think they'll be ready. >> hope it's just as close a game, except i hope we win this time. >> reporter: you take a loo
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. shoot, it's just pop. with low cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. what did you think was in it? yeah, you young college republicans, especially you, -- >> us as you heard, the young crowd loves sarah palin. does that present a dilemma for the new messaging that the republican party wants to getting across? because sarah palin seems to represent the old way. >> well, she does, but she is a crowd pleaser. and that was definitely her forum, the conservative political action conference which just wrapped about 48 hours ago. and as they said at the top, that's where he would see problems with conservatives, social conservatives, who are not very happy about the idea of being a broader tent party than what it is right now. but i have to tell you, sarah palin did sneak a line in there that said basically we don't have to on agree with everybody who wants to be in the party, as long as they're with us on most of the issues. the big question moving forward now is can the republican party rally behind these new changes. >> mark preston reporting live for us this morning. >>> i was waitin
the quantum sniffer. it acts like a bomb sniffing dog. it has traces of xhem cal compounds. once detected it alerts screeners by taking a closer look. the makers say their product is more traditional methods. >> the steel shank in the shoe will be metal did ybut it doesn necessarily tell you it's an explosive. the advantage to explosive traces we are telling you exactly what it is that you have detected. >> it has been used in pirates across the country. it can also detect illegal drugs. >> i understand cargo ships on planes does not necessarily go through the same kind of screening process as people in their bags do. the they could be sitting in cargo that is not screened by explosive devices. they want all packages to be screened but the frait industry had trouble with complying with the mandates. it works faster than most experts still have concerns over the ability to detect explosive devices. >> it's a piece of mobile equipment, desk top equipment that apparently pack ab age at a time. there are thousands and thousands upon packages that come into the airport every day. just can't do
that led to your vote? were you objecting to the rush to judgment without imper cal proof. >> al-qaeda was the ones that invaded our sovereignty, killed our citizens and took down the world trade center on that terrible day and i was convinced we had the evidence that afghanistan an the taliban were heidii i hiding al-qaeda. when the white house came to us with wrairaq, they said you havo trust us. i said i'm a member of congress. we have to take this vote very seriously and i'm not going vote to go into this nation and put our men and women at risk as well as the civilians there, as well as the reputation in the world and not to mention we're in the financial problems we're in because we fought that war and the other war off budget for ten years. >> sure. >> so, those were all things that went through our minds and ultimately, an act to go to war is an act of conscious. and i think members of congress have to take that the most seriously of any vote they make and there wasn't the evidence and that's why i voted no. >> given the violent downpour of opposition to your dissent, you
're cool. shoot, it's just pop. with low cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >> all right. welcome back to "morning joe." let's talk about what we learned today. what did we learn? >> sarah palin combines the comic timing with the sophistication of p.j. o rourke. >> what did you learn? >> it's the 50th anniversary of g gideon versus wanewright. if you don't have the money for an attorney they have to provide one. very important day in history. >> that's coming for you. >> what do you learn? >> something about doughnuts. something about doughnuts. >> i'm going to withhold. i was going to say something that was going to be as funny as what we just saw. >> you're mad at sarah palin. >> todd's got the gun. she's got the rack. >> that's what she said. i got this e-mail from steve rattner from a very senior democratic hill staffer after our budget discussions this morning. quote, what cracks me up is all this talk that we are somehow closer to a deal. that's a joke. i find people on the periphery very skeptical and cynical. let them be. seems like the players might actually thing somethi
's safe. we're cool. shoot, it's just pop. with low cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >> we're back. sarah palin found her true fans this weekend when she made her way to an adoring crowd at cpac. that didn't stop her from delving into the lowest of the low. birther talk. >> more background checks. dandy idea, mr. president. should have started with yours. >> you get the drift. this kind of talk may rile up the base but doesn't appeal to mainstream america. ron reagan is radio talk show host and msnbc political analyst. and a reporter for "roll call." what is it about the birther thing that gets to the giggle with these people? why do they love doing this, to talk about the president's roots as un-american? what's the giggle here? >> well, obviously she was speaking to a conservative convention. a lot of young activists are there. probably the most conservative, the conservative wing of the republican party. they liked it. they were cheering it on. >> why? >> why? because why? because i think they still believe that the president has more to offer on the topic. obviously that's not
progressive. >>> oh, bloomberg's not around. our big gulp's safe. we're cool. shoot, it's just pop. with low-cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >>> we're back. sarah palin found her true fans this weekend when he made her way to an adoring crowd at cpac. >> more background checks. dandy idea, mr. president. should have started with yours. >> you get the drift. this kind of talk may rile up the base, but it doesn't appeal to mainstream america. sarah toplitz is a reporter for roll call. sarah, why do they love doing this, to talk about the president's roots as un-american? what's the giggle here? >> well, obviously she was speaking to a conservative convention. a lot of young activists are there. probably the most conservative, the conservative wing of the republican party. they liked it. they were clearing it on. >> why? >> why? because i think they still believe the president has more to offer on this. obviously he's released his birth certificate. they still like to cheer it on, even though it has been proven factually accurate that he was born in the united states of america. >> so i'm
talking about and asking me, is it true. it true that you guys are going to cuted mei-cal, the medicaid program in california. said no, not us guys, but yes there is a proposal in congress to seriously cut medicaid and therefore medi-cal. they said don't they understand that that's how my husband is supported in the nursing home? what are we to do if those cuts force him out of the nursing home? the reality is that that could happen. because we have a budget on the floor that 435 of us will be voting on in the next couple of days that actually will reduce e medicaid and therefore medi-cal in california by about a third. a third cut. and therefore that lady who was concerned about her husband's care in the nursing home will find a problem. she and perhaps many, many other, not perhaps, definitely, many other senior citizens are going to find their opportunity to have care in a nursing home removed. and it's a very serious issue. because who are those people hat are going to see their medi-cal or medicaid support significantly reduced by one third? here they are. 2/3 of them are seniors a
say, it has not been confirmed that the man ever entered the water >> - a cal-train struck and killed a pedestrain in palo alto this morning. this is video of the scene from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. at the charleston road crossing near alma street. there were major delays and all trains stopped at all stations to accommodate the riders. no word on what caused the accident or the identity of the victim. this marks the fifth fatality for caltrains this year. >> catherine: the two teenagers in georgia - charged with killing a baby boy in his stroller - and shooting his mother - were in court today. it's a crime that has left the baby's family heartbroken. and upset parents everywhere. late today - 17-year-old de marquis elkins appeared in a georgia courtroom. he's accused of demanding money from a woman who'd taken her baby out in his stroller for a walk last thursday. police say that after she explained she didn't have any money with her. elkins shot the baby in the face - killing 13-month old antonio santiago. he also shot the mother - sherry west - grazing her head
in debt if you don't mind telling us? caller: total in order to get an mba i went to cal state and accrued about $40,000. host: thanks for the phone call. here's a tweet saying the fed's low interest rate make savings an expense. democratic caller, hi joseph. caller: how are you doing this morning? host: morning. caller: i've been watching you guys and wanted to talk to you about this. host: ok, go ahead. caller: if i make a joke out of retire and i retired in 2000 and used to work in the oil farm in south buoy. and i came out couple years after the firemen got killed. i got my pension and my 401-k. i'm in local 57 and i was the last one to -- the express way and blue route and i still think the 401-k can do it but now they are taking the 401-k and putting it in the stock and once in a while you go up and down but when i came out i had mean so i got my social security and my pension. now personally, my social security and my pensions, i get two pensions because if you do another trade you get another pension. i did 30 years and 75 years. host: so joseph, are you going to be able to live co
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decorations denied even though they made a numb cal mark it because he ability only economic impacts. >> i understand but we've got to figure out a way to have a better assessment. the original per capita dicator is 137 today, yet it hadn't been changed. there is no inflation basis to it. there is nothing to it. we have to work together with secretary don van and you to figure out how do we know when to apply, when is our state overwhelmed? >> the whole purpose of disaster aid -- and in oklahoma we're the highest state in the country as far as disasters in the last year but some of those didn't overwhelm oklahoma's capability. so we need to figure out together how we do this more effectively to really help states when they are overwhelmed versus not helping when they are not, especially when states have surpluses. like oklahoma has a surplus. we put $600 million in the bank last year. >> we go through in the sandy recovery improvement act. you've asked to us look at this. we do fine with the general accounting. we look at what is the outcome we're trying to achieve. if it's less disasters
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